Endorsements in the 2019 United Kingdom general election

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Various newspapers, organisations and individuals endorsed parties or individual candidates for the 2019 United Kingdom general election.

Endorsements for parties[edit]

Newspapers and magazines[edit]

National daily newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
Daily Express Conservative Party [1]
Daily Mail Conservative Party [2]
Daily Mirror Labour Party [3]
The Daily Telegraph Conservative Party [4]
Financial Times None "To those candidates who share [internationalist, pro business and liberal] values – and are ready to fight for them – the FT lends its wholehearted support." [5]
The Guardian Labour Party Advocated voting for "candidates who can defeat the Tories" where Labour can't win. [6]
i None [7]
The Independent None Endorsed tactical voting "in an effort to deny Mr Johnson that majority." [8]
Morning Star Labour Party [9]
The Sun Conservative Party [2]
The Times Conservative Party [10]

National Sunday newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
The Observer None Encouraged readers to vote for "pro-referendum, progressive" candidates in order to stop a Conservative majority. [11]
Sunday Express Conservative Party [12]
The Sunday Mirror Labour Party [13]
The Sunday People Labour Party [14]
The Sun on Sunday Conservative Party [2]
The Sunday Telegraph Conservative Party [15]
The Sunday Times Conservative Party [16]

National weekly newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
The Jewish Chronicle None Opposed Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister. [17]

National political magazines[edit]

Publication Endorsement Notes Link
The Economist Liberal Democrats [18]
New Statesman None Endorsed tactical voting against the Conservatives.
Called Jeremy Corbyn "unfit to be prime minister".
[19]
Red Pepper Labour Party [20]
Socialist Standard Socialist Party of Great Britain Called on voters to write "world socialism" on their ballot outside the two constituencies contested. [21]
The Spectator Conservative Party [22]

Other national publications[edit]

Publication Endorsement Notes Link
Dazed Labour Party Bi-monthly style magazine [23]
gal-dem Labour Party Publication sharing perspectives from women and non-binary people of colour [24]
Huck Labour Party Bi-monthly arts and lifestyle magazine [25]
Peace News Green Party Supported parties that proposed a green new deal. [26]
Labour Party
Plaid Cymru
The Quietus Labour Party Music and pop culture magazine [27]
Socialist Appeal Labour Party Trotskyist publication [28]
Vice Labour Party Cultural/lifestyle magazine [29]

Northern Irish newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
Irish News None Supported candidates who support remaining in the European Union. [30]

Regional newspapers[edit]

Publication Endorsement Notes Link
Evening Standard Conservative Party Free daily London newspaper [31]
Liverpool Echo Labour Party Daily newspaper covering Liverpool and Merseyside[32] [33]

Individuals[edit]

Brexit Party[edit]

Conservative Party[edit]

Green Party[edit]

Labour Party[edit]

Liberal Democrats[edit]

Plaid Cymru[edit]

  • Richard Dawkins, ethologist, evolutionary biologist, and author[54] (also endorsed the Liberal Democrats, SNP, and Greens)

Scottish National Party[edit]

Organisations[edit]

Conservative Party[edit]

Democratic Unionist Party[edit]

Labour Party[edit]

Trades unions
Other

Parties[edit]

Parties not contesting these elections[edit]

Some parties are not contesting these elections and have endorsed other parties.

For Labour:

Parties only contesting some constituencies[edit]

Some parties which only contest elections in certain parts of the United Kingdom endorsed political parties in areas they do not contest.

Endorsements in individual constituencies[edit]

A[edit]

Aberavon[edit]

For Stephen Kinnock (Labour):

Aberconwy[edit]

For Emily Owen (Labour):

Aberdeen South[edit]

For Stephen Flynn (SNP):

Altrincham and Sale West[edit]

For Andrew Western (Labour):

Alyn and Deeside[edit]

For Mark Tami (Labour):

Angus[edit]

For Dave Doogan (SNP):

Arfon[edit]

For Hywel Williams (PC):

Argyll and Bute[edit]

For Brendan O'Hara (SNP):

Arundel and South Downs[edit]

For Bella Sankey (Labour):

Ashfield[edit]

For Natalie Fleet (Labour):

B[edit]

Banbury[edit]

For Suzette Watson (Labour):

Banff and Buchan[edit]

For Paul Robertson (SNP):

Barrow and Furness[edit]

For Chris Altree (Labour):

For Simon Fell (Conservative):

Barnsley Central[edit]

For Victoria Felton (Brexit Party):

Bassetlaw[edit]

For Keir Morrison (Labour):

Bath[edit]

For Wera Hobhouse (Lib Dem):

Battersea[edit]

For Marsha de Cordova (Labour):

For Mark Gitsham (Lib Dem):

Beaconsfield[edit]

For Dominic Grieve (independent):

Bedford[edit]

For Mohammed Yasin (Labour):

For Henry Vann (Lib Dem)

  • Independent hospital campaigner and founder of the 'Save Bedford Hospital Party', Dr. Barry Monk[172]

Belfast East[edit]

For Naomi Long (Alliance):

For Gavin Robinson (DUP):

Belfast North[edit]

For Nigel Dodds (DUP):

For John Finucane (Sinn Féin):

Belfast South[edit]

For Claire Hanna (SDLP):

For Emma Little-Pengelly (DUP):

Bermondsey and Old Southwark[edit]

For Neil Coyle (Labour):

For Humaira Ali (Lib Dem):

Birkenhead[edit]

For Frank Field (Birkenhead Social Justice Party):

Birmingham Edgbaston[edit]

For Preet Gill (Labour):

Birmingham Erdington[edit]

For Jack Dromey (Labour):

Birmingham Northfield[edit]

For Richard Burden (Labour):

Birmingham Yardley[edit]

For Jess Phillips (Labour):

Bishop Auckland[edit]

For Helen Goodman (Labour):

For Dehenna Davison (Conservative):

Blackley and Broughton[edit]

For Graham Stringer (Labour):

Bolsover[edit]

For Dennis Skinner (Labour):

Bolton North East[edit]

For David Crausby (Labour):

Bolton West[edit]

For Julie Hilling (Labour):

Bournemouth West[edit]

For Conor Burns (Conservative):

Braintree[edit]

For Jo Beavis (Independent):

Brecon and Radnorshire[edit]

For Jane Dodds (Lib Dem):

Brentford and Isleworth[edit]

For Ruth Cadbury (Labour):

Bridgend[edit]

For Madeleine Moon (Labour):

Brighton Kemptown[edit]

For Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour);

Brighton Pavilion[edit]

For Caroline Lucas (Green):

Bristol North West[edit]

For Darren Jones (Labour):

Bristol West[edit]

For Carla Denyer (Green):

Broxbourne[edit]

For Julia Bird (Lib Dem)

Broxtowe[edit]

For Anna Soubry (Change UK):

Buckingham[edit]

For Stephen Dorrell (Lib Dem):

Burnley[edit]

For Julie Cooper (Labour):

Bury North[edit]

For James Frith (Labour):

Bury South[edit]

For Lucy Burke (Labour):

For Christian Wakeford (Conservative):

  • Ivan Lewis, independent candidate, and former Labour and independent MP for the seat[205]

Bury St Edmunds[edit]

For Helen Geake (Green):

C[edit]

Caerphilly[edit]

For Lindsay Whittle (PC):

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross[edit]

For Jamie Stone (Lib Dem):

For Karl Rosie (SNP):

Calder Valley[edit]

For Josh Fenton-Glynn (Labour):

Camborne and Redruth[edit]

For Paul Farmer (Labour):

Cambridge[edit]

For Rod Cantrill (Lib Dem):

For Daniel Zeichner (Labour):

Cannock Chase[edit]

For Paul Woodhead (Green):

Canterbury[edit]

For Rosie Duffield (Labour):

Cardiff Central[edit]

For Bablin Molik (Lib Dem):

Cardiff North[edit]

For Anna McMorrin (Labour):

Cardiff South and Penarth[edit]

For Stephen Doughty (Labour Co-op):

Carmarthen East and Dinefwr[edit]

For Jonathan Edwards (PC):

Carshalton and Wallington[edit]

For Tom Brake (Lib Dem):

Central Ayrshire[edit]

For Philippa Whitford (SNP):

Ceredigion[edit]

For Ben Lake (PC):

For Mark Williams (Lib Dem):

Cheadle[edit]

For Tom Morrison (Lib Dem):

Chelmsford[edit]

For Marie Goldman (Lib Dem):

Chelsea and Fulham[edit]

For Nicola Horlick (Lib Dem):

Cheltenham[edit]

For Max Wilkinson (Lib Dem):

Chingford and Woodford Green[edit]

For Faiza Shaheen (Labour):

Chippenham[edit]

For Helen Belcher (Lib Dem):

Chipping Barnet[edit]

For Emma Whysall (Labour):

For Theresa Villiers (Conservative):

Cities of London and Westminster[edit]

For Chuka Umunna (Lib Dem):

Clwyd South[edit]

For Susan Elan Jones (Labour):

Colchester[edit]

For Martin Goss (Lib Dem):

Colne Valley[edit]

For Thelma Walker (Labour):

Corby[edit]

For Beth Miller (Labour):

Crawley[edit]

For Peter Lamb (Labour):

Crewe and Nantwich[edit]

For Laura Smith (Labour):

Croydon Central[edit]

For Sarah Jones (Labour):

Cumbernauld and Kilsyth[edit]

For Stuart McDonald (SNP):

D[edit]

Dagenham and Rainham[edit]

For Jon Cruddas (Labour):

Darlington[edit]

For Jenny Chapman (Labour):

Delyn[edit]

For David Hanson (Labour):

Derby North[edit]

For Tony Tinley (Labour):

Dewsbury[edit]

For Paula Sherriff (Labour):

Doncaster North[edit]

For Ed Miliband (Labour):

Dover[edit]

For Charlotte Cornell (Labour):

Dudley North[edit]

For Melanie Dudley (Labour):

Dwyfor Meirionnyth[edit]

For Liz Saville Roberts (PC):

Dulwich and West Norwood[edit]

For Jonathan Bartley (Green):

E[edit]

Ealing Central and Acton[edit]

For Rupa Huq (Labour):

Ealing Southall[edit]

For Virendra Sharma (Labour):

East Devon[edit]

For Claire Wright (Independent):

East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow[edit]

For Lisa Cameron (SNP):

East Lothian[edit]

For Kenny MacAskill (SNP):

For Martin Whitfield (Labour):

East Renfrewshire[edit]

For Paul Masterton (Conservative):

East Surrey[edit]

For Frances Rehal (Labour):

Eastbourne[edit]

For Stephen Lloyd (Lib Dem):

Eastleigh[edit]

For Lynda Murphy (Lib Dem):

Eddisbury[edit]

For Antoinette Sandbach (Lib Dem):

Edinburgh South[edit]

For Ian Murray (Labour):

Edinburgh West[edit]

For Christine Jardine (Lib Dem):

Enfield Southgate[edit]

For Bambos Charalambous (Labour):

Esher and Walton[edit]

For Monica Harding (Lib Dem):

Exeter[edit]

For Ben Bradshaw (Labour):

For Joe Levy (Green):

F[edit]

Falkirk[edit]

For John McNally (SNP):

Feltham and Heston[edit]

For Seema Malhotra (Labour Co-op):

Fermanagh and South Tyrone[edit]

For Tom Elliott (UUP):

For Caroline Wheeler (Independent):

Filton and Bradley Stoke[edit]

For Mhairi Threlfall (Labour):

Finchley and Golders Green[edit]

For Luciana Berger (Lib Dem):

For Ross Houston (Labour):

Forest of Dean[edit]

For Chris McFarling (Green):

G[edit]

Gedling[edit]

For Vernon Coaker (Labour):

Glasgow Central[edit]

For Alison Thewliss (SNP):

Glasgow East[edit]

For Kate Watson (Labour):

Glasgow North[edit]

For Patrick Grady (SNP):

Glasgow North East[edit]

For Paul Sweeney (Labour):

Glasgow South[edit]

For Johann Lamont (Labour):

For Stewart McDonald (SNP):

Glasgow South West[edit]

For Chris Stephens (SNP):

Gloucester[edit]

For Fran Boait (Labour):

Gordon[edit]

For Richard Thomson (SNP):

Gower[edit]

For Tonia Antoniazzi (Labour):

Guildford[edit]

For Zöe Franklin (Lib Dem):

For Anne Milton (independent):

H[edit]

Hammersmith[edit]

For Andy Slaughter (Labour) :

Hampstead and Kilburn[edit]

For Tulip Siddiq (Labour):

Harrogate and Knaresborough[edit]

For Judith Rogerson (Lib Dem):

Harrow East[edit]

For Pamela Fitzpatrick (Labour):

Harrow West[edit]

For Gareth Thomas (Labour Co-op):

Hartlepool[edit]

For Richard Tice (Brexit Party):

Hastings and Rye[edit]

For Peter Chowney (Labour):

For Sally-Ann Hart (Conservative):

Hazel Grove[edit]

For Lisa Smart (Lib Dem):

Hendon[edit]

For David Pinto-Duschinsky (Labour):

High Peak[edit]

For Ruth George (Labour):

Hitchin and Harpenden[edit]

For Sam Collins (Lib Dem):

Holborn and St Pancras[edit]

For Keir Starmer (Labour):

Hornsey and Wood Green[edit]

For Catherine West (Labour):

Houghton and Sunderland South[edit]

For Bridget Phillipson (Labour):

Hove[edit]

For Peter Kyle (Labour):

I[edit]

Ilford North[edit]

For Wes Streeting (Labour):

Ilford South[edit]

For Mike Gapes (Change UK):

Inverclyde[edit]

For Martin McCluskey (Labour):

For Ronnie Cowan (SNP):

Ipswich[edit]

For Sandy Martin (Labour):

Isle of Wight[edit]

For Vix Lowthion (Green):

K[edit]

Keighley[edit]

For John Grogan (Labour):

Kensington[edit]

For Emma Dent Coad (Labour):

For Sam Gyimah (Lib Dem):

Kingston upon Hull East[edit]

For Karl Turner (Labour):

Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath[edit]

For Neale Hanvey (withdrawn by SNP):

L[edit]

Lanark and Hamilton East[edit]

For Andrew Hilland (Labour):

Lancaster and Fleetwood[edit]

For Cat Smith (Labour):

Leeds Central[edit]

For Hilary Benn (Labour):

Leeds North West[edit]

For Kamran Hussain (Lib Dem):

For Alex Sobel (Labour Co-op):

Leicester West[edit]

For Liz Kendall (Labour):

Lewes[edit]

For Oli Henman (Lib Dem):

Lincoln[edit]

For Karen Lee (Labour):

Linlithgow and East Falkirk[edit]

For Martyn Day (SNP):

Llanelli[edit]

For Mari Arthur (PC):

Luton South[edit]

For Gavin Shuker (independent):

M[edit]

Macclesfield[edit]

For Neil Puttick (Labour):

Milton Keynes South[edit]

For Hannah O'Neil (Labour):

Milton Keynes North[edit]

For Charlynne Pullen (Labour):

Montgomeryshire[edit]

For Kishan Devani (Lib Dem):

Moray[edit]

For Laura Mitchell (SNP):

Morley and Outwood[edit]

For Deanne Ferguson (Labour):

For Andrea Jenkyns (Conservative):

N[edit]

Newcastle-under-Lyme[edit]

For Carl Greatbatch (Labour):

Newcastle upon Tyne North[edit]

For Catherine McKinnell (Labour):

Newport West[edit]

For Ruth Jones (Labour):

Newton Abbot[edit]

For Martin Wrigley (Lib Dem):

Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford[edit]

For Andrew Lee (Conservative):

North Ayrshire and Arran[edit]

For Patricia Gibson (SNP):

North Cornwall[edit]

For Danny Chambers (Lib Dem):

North Devon[edit]

For Alex White (Lib Dem):

North Down[edit]

For Alex Easton (DUP):

For Stephen Farry (Alliance):

North East Derbyshire[edit]

For Lee Rowley (Conservative)

North East Fife[edit]

For Wendy Chamberlain (Lib Dem):

For Stephen Gethins (SNP):

North East Somerset[edit]

For Mark Huband (Labour):

North Norfolk[edit]

For Karen Ward (Lib Dem):

Norwich North[edit]

For Karen Davis (Labour):

Norwich South[edit]

For Clive Lewis (Labour):

Nottingham South[edit]

For Lilian Greenwood (Labour):

O[edit]

Ochil and South Perthshire[edit]

For John Nicolson (SNP):

Ogmore[edit]

For Chris Elmore (Labour):

Orkney and Shetland[edit]

For Alistair Carmichael (Lib Dem):

Oxford West and Abingdon[edit]

For Layla Moran (Lib Dem):

P[edit]

Paisley and Renfrewshire North[edit]

For Gavin Newlands (SNP):

For Alison Taylor (Labour):

Pendle[edit]

For Azhar Ali (Labour):

Penistone and Stocksbridge[edit]

For Francyne Johnson (Labour):

For Hannah Kitching (Lib Dem):

Peterborough[edit]

For Lisa Forbes (Labour):

Plymouth Moor View[edit]

For Charlotte Holloway (Labour):

Plymouth Sutton and Devonport[edit]

For Luke Pollard (Labour):

Pontypridd[edit]

For Fflur Elin (PC):

Portsmouth South[edit]

For Stephen Morgan (Labour):

For Gerald Vernon-Jackson (Lib Dem):

Pudsey[edit]

For Jane Aitchison (Labour):

Putney[edit]

For Fleur Anderson (Labour):

For Sue Wixley (Lib Dem):

R[edit]

Reading East[edit]

For Matt Rodda (Labour):

Reading West[edit]

For Rachel Eden (Labour):

Redcar[edit]

For Anna Turley (Labour):

Richmond Park[edit]

For Sarah Olney (Lib Dem):

Rhondda[edit]

For Chris Bryant (Labour):

Romsey and Southampton North[edit]

For Craig Fletcher (Lib Dem):

Rossendale and Darwen[edit]

For Alyson Barnes (Labour):

Rother Valley[edit]

For Sophie Wilson (Labour):

Rushcliffe[edit]

For Jason Billin (Lib Dem):

For Cheryl Pidgeon (Labour):

Rutherglen and Hamilton West[edit]

For Gerard Killen (Labour):

S[edit]

Scunthorpe[edit]

For Nic Dakin (Labour):

Sedgefield[edit]

For Phil Wilson (Labour):

Sheffield Central[edit]

For Paul Blomfield (Labour):

Sheffield Hallam[edit]

For Laura Gordon (Lib Dem):

Sheffield Heeley[edit]

For Louise Haigh (Labour):

South Antrim[edit]

For Danny Kinahan (UUP):

South Cambridgeshire[edit]

For Ian Sollom (Lib Dem):

South East Cambridgshire[edit]

For Pippa Heylings (Lib Dem):

South Shields[edit]

For Emma Lewell-Buck (Labour):

South Swindon[edit]

For Sarah Church (Labour):

South West Hertfordshire[edit]

For David Gauke (independent):

For Gagan Mohindra (Conservative):

South West Surrey[edit]

For Paul Follows (Lib Dem):

Southampton Itchen[edit]

For Simon Letts (Labour):

Southampton Test[edit]

For Alan Whitehead (Labour):

Southport[edit]

For John Wright (Lib Dem):

St Albans[edit]

For Daisy Cooper (Lib Dem):

St Ives[edit]

For Andrew George (Lib Dem):

Stevenage[edit]

For Jill Borcherds (Labour):

Stockport[edit]

For Wendy Meikle (Lib Dem):

Stockton South[edit]

For Paul Williams (Labour):

Stoke-on-Trent Central[edit]

For Gareth Snell (Labour):

Stoke-on-Trent North[edit]

For Ruth Smeeth (Labour):

Streatham[edit]

For Helen Thompson (Lib Dem):

Stroud[edit]

For David Drew (Labour):

For Molly Scott Cato (Green):

Sunderland Central[edit]

For Julie Elliott (Labour):

Sutton and Cheam[edit]

For Hina Bokhari (Lib Dem):

Swansea West[edit]

For Geraint Davies (Labour):

T[edit]

Taunton Deane[edit]

For Gideon Amos (Lib Dem):

Telford[edit]

For Katrina Gilman (Labour):

The Cotswolds[edit]

For Alan MacKenzie (Labour):

For Liz Webster (Lib Dem):

Thornbury and Yate[edit]

For Claire Young (Lib Dem):

Tooting[edit]

For Rosena Allin-Khan (Labour):

Totnes[edit]

For Sarah Wollaston (Lib Dem):

Tottenham[edit]

For David Lammy (Labour):

Truro and Falmouth[edit]

For Jennifer Forbes (Labour):

For Ruth Gripper (Lib Dem):

Tunbridge Wells[edit]

For Ben Chapelard (Lib Dem):

Twickenham[edit]

For Munira Wilson (Lib Dem):

U[edit]

Uxbridge and South Ruislip[edit]

For Ali Milani (Labour):

V[edit]

Vale of Clwyd[edit]

For Chris Ruane (Labour):

Vale of Glamorgan[edit]

For Belinda Loveluck-Edwards (Labour):

For Anthony Slaughter (Green):

Vauxhall[edit]

For Florence Eshalomi (Labour):

W[edit]

Wakefield[edit]

For Mary Creagh (Labour):

Walsall South[edit]

For Gurjit Bains (Conservative):

Wantage[edit]

For Richard Benwell (Lib Dem):

Warrington North[edit]

For Elizabeth Babade (Brexit Party):

Warrington South[edit]

For Ryan Bate (Lib Dem):

For Faisal Rashid (Labour):

For Andy Carter (Conservative):

Warwick and Leamington[edit]

For Louis Adam (Lib Dem):

For Matt Western (Labour):

Weaver Vale[edit]

For Mike Amesbury (Labour):

Watford[edit]

For Chris Ostrowski (Labour):

For Ian Stotesbury (Lib Dem):

Wells[edit]

For Tessa Munt (Lib Dem):

West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine[edit]

For Fergus Mutch (SNP):

West Ham[edit]

For Sara Kumar (Conservative):

Westminster North[edit]

For Karen Buck (Labour):

Westmorland and Lonsdale[edit]

For Tim Farron (Lib Dem):

Wimbledon[edit]

For Stephen Hammond (Conserviative):

For Paul Kohler (Lib Dem):

Winchester[edit]

For Paula Ferguson (Lib Dem):

Wirral South[edit]

For Alison McGovern (Labour):

Wirral West[edit]

For Margaret Greenwood (Labour):

Witney[edit]

For Charlotte Hoagland (Lib Dem):

Wokingham[edit]

For Phillip Lee (Lib Dem):

For John Redwood (Conservative):

Wolverhampton North East[edit]

For Emma Reynolds (Labour):

Wolverhampton South East[edit]

For Pat McFadden (Labour):

Wolverhampton South West[edit]

For Eleanor Smith (Labour):

Worcester[edit]

For Lynn Denham (Labour):

Workington[edit]

For Sue Hayman (Labour):

Wrexham[edit]

For Mary Wimbury (Labour):

Y[edit]

Ynys Môn[edit]

For Aled Dafydd (PC):

York Outer[edit]

For Keith Aspden (Lib Dem):

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ However, the local Green Party issued a statement saying that it was not advising people how to vote[274]

References[edit]

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